Health and safety

June 1996
People Management;6/27/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 13, p14
Reports on various health news briefs in European industry. Health and Safety Executive (HSE) focusing on the safety of young people and newly privatized utilities; Spy intrigue in Humberside Ambulance Service NHS Trust; Winning of Scottish social worker of 66,000 pounds in damages against South Lanarkshire Council for force retirement.


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